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can battery supply a microcontroller ?

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yassin.kraouch

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please who have a idea on how to supply a microcontroller MSP430 from w battery directly, to reduce the use of component ?
 

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thank you andre, but this is not the problem the problem is that i have 40Ah battery used in a car and i would like to supply the microcontroller from the battery, the voltage of the battery is between 1.8 and 3.2V, without using a dc-dc how can i do this ?
 

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You can use linear regulator, due few amount of current required.
However, you must take a lot of care concerning spike protection ( filtering ), due amount of noise propagated by sparking performed at motor.

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i am serching for a solution that i didn't use a regulator, and a low cost solution, with a few component
 

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i am searching for a solution that i didn't use a regulator, and a low cost solution, with a few component
Regulators are simple – they are “small” and have only 3 pins – any other solution will be more complex ..
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